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Telefonziege 'WWF-Betrueger (Callcenter Fun)' by Tabascofanatikerin Telefonziege 'WWF-Betrueger (Callcenter Fun)' by Tabascofanatikerin
Titlecard artwork for the YouTube channel and user "Telefonziege".

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Channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCjlHI…
This video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuxnk0…

"Telefonziege" (transl. "Telephone goat") produces videos in Germany about fraudulent callcenters (mostly from Eastern Europe or Turkey) trying to scam people on the phone. They offer to give away credit cards, lottery money, voyages or cheaper electricity tariffs (just to name a few of their schemes) but in the end they want to gain money in an illegal way.
"Telefonziege" lets different characters talk to these scammers in order to 1. hoax them and 2. inform viewers about how these (illegal) calls work.
So it's an infotainment project.

About the video/titlecard:
This is a special call because it was done in the name of the organization WWF. Yes, THE WWF, with the sweet panda bear in the logo.
And altough the scammers here might not be people from the WWF, they do this job in the name of WWF (the WWF later stated on one hand that the call was a fake, on the other hand that they need such callcenters to generate more donation money). Pretty much in the beginning they realize they're fooled by the goat characters but claim they are the other YouTube guy "Callcenter Fun" (it's another German YouTube channel were callcenter scammers get pranked themselves for educational reasons).
Immediately they monkey around, shout out insane stuff in different languages, random insults and dictators' names. At one point they even state that they don't care if WWF's reputation suffers because of them.
All this I tried to present with these callcenter monkeys.
The goat characters here are Indian goat Rakesh, the German nationalist goat Ralph Sieghard and Russian goat Dimitri.

I hope you can overlook that the deviation title is written in German. Also, the videos are not subtitled or something, so in order to understand it all you have to understand some German at least.

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